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Community Audio
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It is cheery and fun.

This is a free audio recording of the Christmas song "Up On The House-Top" written by Benjamin Hanby 1864.   Performed by G. Barrett.   Thank you for listening and Merry Christmas!
Topic: Benjamin Hanby Santa Claus Saint Nicholas Reindeer Chimney Merry Christmas Song

It is cheery and fun.

Ourmedia
favoritefavoritefavorite Nov 13, 2005
movies
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Over before you know, featuring quick shots and two odd characters.

a Babe, a nerd and an imaginary phone

Over before you know, featuring quick shots and two odd characters.

Software Library: MS-DOS Games
Jan 10, 2015
software
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This is not a review so much as an addition of information from the man who wrote, designed, and...

Developed by Sierra On-Line, Inc., Walt Disney Computer Software, Inc. Released 1986 Also For Amiga, Apple II, Atari ST, Commodore 64, TRS-80 CoCo Published by Sierra On-Line, Inc. Educational Math / Logic Perspective 3rd-person (Other) Genre Educational Misc Licensed Description Donald Duck's Playground won several awards from educational software magazines as best educational game of the year. In it, you are Donald, working to earn money, which you then spend to buy playground equipment for...

This is not a review so much as an addition of information from the man who wrote, designed, and...

Net Cafe
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I like these series ("'Net Cafe" and "Computer Chronicles"), and I'm glad to see Tim Schafer get...

An early episode of the Net Cafe series dealing with online games and sites about gaming. Includes Quake, Full Throttle, TEN (the Total Entertainment Network), Meridian 59, and MUD sources (Multi User Dimension). Hosts are Jane Wither, Andrew deVries, and Stewart Cheifet. Includes a CyberBlast segment, an early experiment in downloading software through the television signal. Shot on location at the CyberSmith internet cafe in Palo Alto, California. Originally broadcast in 1998.
Topics: games, MUD, TEN

I like these series ("'Net Cafe" and "Computer Chronicles"), and I'm glad to see Tim Schafer get...

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